‘Better mus come’ a surety for Jamaicans

… bit-by-bit even viewers at all levels could identify to issues affecting Jamaica in the 1970s, and muse on possible after effects experienced today


Militant at heart, many theatre enthusiasts on October 7, stormed the entrance to Carib Theatre, Cross Roads for ‘Better Mus Come’ – the premiere.
After about two hours of exciting chit and chatter, they easily flowed into Theatre # 1 for what was to be the reflection of Jamaican life in the ghetto, and how one youngster miraculously escapes death, and we hope a life of crime for better, who knows where. Ironically his friend is the one who is gang leader for “Better”.

By an audience of mostly middle class and higher, the film was well-received.
Patron Maurice Bryan afterwards said

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2 thoughts on “‘Better mus come’ a surety for Jamaicans

  1. Greetings,

    We are truly impressed with the trailer of your movie and interested in having a viewing as one of our funding raising events for 2011. Can you kindly contact us at the following email address to inform how we can make this happen.

    It’s great to see what’s possible.

    Regards,

    A.Smith

  2. Bless you and thanks for your correspondence here and via email. The relevant persons have been notified and will contact you. Please feel free to write again.
    Anthea

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